Bredon's Norton has very active social and village hall organising committees who produce a comprehensive calendar of events throughout the year. These range from musical soirees, quiz evenings and golf days to cricket matches, the Halloween "Spooky Walk" and the very popular "Progressive Supper" evening. 

A selection of photos from Bredon's Norton social events can be found on the Gallery page of this site - it's open to villagers and friends but, for privacy reasons needs a password for access. Please see the "Contact" page for how to request a gallery password.

 Social Calendar 2018

  The “Spooky Walk”

The “Spooky Walk”

Spooky Walk                                 Saturday 27th October
Christmas Carols & Fun                 Saturday 15th December


Extract from October 2018 Newsletter (Issue No. 102)

Image.jpg

Next up on the social calendar is the family fun event of Spooky Walk, which somehow always manages to bring out those revellers who enjoy a brisk walk in the dark to see the fabulous pumpkin displays; who “ooh and aah” at the spectacle of fireworks and magnificent bonfire and scoff the food that’s served up on the night.  This year we are starting at 6.30pm on Saturday 27th October from Stonehaven and taking the usual route to Blackberry Barn (note a slightly changed path at Blackberry Barn), where ghoulish goodies and fun will await (not forgetting the mulled wine!)  Pumpkins will be available from the Village Hall and Bus Shelter from Saturday 20th October and should be displayed along the route, with names of entrants clearly marked.  There’ll be prizes for the best display/tableau and best single carved pumpkin, as well as for the best dressed Adult and Under 16 in appropriate ‘Halloween’ gear.

Christmas-Choir.jpg

For anyone who’s not seen the poster or email about our own Christmas Choir, this is a reminder that the first rehearsal for the Christmas Carols and Entertainment (Saturday 15th December) will be at 7.30pm in the Village Hall on Wednesday 10th October.  It’s a really lovely way to get involved in the festivities and we are hoping to swell the numbers to the best ever this year and to put on a special performance in memory of Matthew Baynes who has very sadly just passed away. 

Please come and give it a go, and bring any friends or neighbours who might also want to share in the fun!